COLORADO -- Two Colorado companies have been working overtime to provide technology-based response solutions to vital community organizations responding to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
The companies, Incident Response Technologies (IRT) and ResourceX, are both portfolio companies of the Innosphere Ventures commercialization and incubation program, which supports high-growth companies in enterprise software, hardware, engineering and scientific-based industries.
IRT, based in Greenwood Village, provides public safety organizations with intuitive, cloud-based solutions to improve the coordination of resources for first responders to emergency situations.
Their flagship product, the Rhodium Incident Management Suite, has been widely deployed in response to events such as the Boston Marathon and Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
The Rhodium Incident Management platform is currently utilized by hundreds of agencies across the country including police, fire, EMS, emergency management and campus security.
The Innosphere Fund, a seed stage venture capital fund, invested in IRT in 2017.
“The company has a unique offering to public safety organizations struggling to continuously improve coordination and management of resources on the front line of fire services, police services, and emergency medical services,” said Mike Freeman, Innosphere Ventures CEO.
ResourceX, based in Denver, is a software platform with powerful analytic tools that civic leaders utilize to implement a priority-based budget.
By better understanding data and evidence to transparently improve results for citizens and the community, ResourceX clients create actionable business intelligence, maximize insights, and execute change to fund their future.